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    Ken1
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        It seems to me that there are some members trying to get into the forum again who have not read the message from Gerald when the site was out of action!!

        If you cannot get the site to accept your old password you need to contact admin otherwise you will need to re-register with loss of status.

        Hope this is helpful.
        Ken.

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        .:Bill:.
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            Member since: 16th September 2009

            I never read the message, and a loss of status does not concern me, all i want is my mood back!! By the way, nice to meet the real Ken1.

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            Gerald
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                Hi Bill

                I got your "Mood" back for you and the rest of the members. It is an add on item in the settings called a "mod" (module).  "Kevin" the wizard at getting us going again, added the "mod" today. Thank you Kevin.

                "AGE" Displaying …

                If you are bashful about stating your age to the other members, just go into your settings ("User CP" button), click "Modify" and follow the "age setting" and other sections you may wish to amend.

                There are a lot of features in your "Member Profile" you may not know about as they are new to this latest version of software.

                There is a post script … "guest" visitors see the posts but do not see all of the members details.

                "Password"

                Please make sure when you visit BritsinCrete Forum to "log in" and "log out" each time, otherwise your computer cookies will remember when you return. But the "log in" button will instead show "update session".

                If you do not click and "update session" you will encounter hiccups when trying to post and do other things, which may result in possibly getting error messages. So it is better to "log in" and "log out" each time you come to the Brits in Crete Forum site. This is also important if both you and your partner use the same computer, regardless of whether you have separate memberships.

                FYI

                Gerald
                ::)

                Edited:sentence correction

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                .:Bill:.
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                    Member since: 16th September 2009

                    Sorted 8-)

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